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that we just heard. >> reporter: laura lee wright has cerebral palsy. she runs the program. >> they could go into regular class, but they might not really get the message of jesus and the message of hope, because our volunteers are trained to accommodate their special need and their conditions. >> can you all show me how you pray? >> reporter: unfortunately, northland's attitude toward the disabled may be the exception rather than the rule. over the years, america's millions of physically, mentally, and emotionally disabled have made great strides in the workplace, but places of worship have lagged behind. jim hukill was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy when he was only 2. he has made it his life's mission to open more churches to the disabled. >> we are still ry much in an infantile state with the faith and disability movement. i think that we have seen over the last decade a significant advancement, but we are nowhere near what has to happen. >> reporter: places of worship and the disabled is the subject of a new book called "amazing gifts" by author mark pinsky. he says one stumbling
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